The Problem of Hell: A Philosophical Anthology
How can a perfectly good God justifiably damn anyone to hell? This is one version of the problem of hell. The problem of hell has become one of the most widely discussed topics in contemporary philosophy of religion. This anthology brings together contributions by contemporary philosophers whose work shapes the current debate.
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1 Grace Character Formation and Predestination unto Glory
2 Is it Possible to Freely Reject God Forever?
A Philosophical Dead End?
4 Compatibilism Wantons and the Natural Consequence Model of Hell
Problems for Escapism?
6 Hell Wrath and the Grace of God
7 Molinism and Hell
8 Hell and Punishment
9 Why I Am Unconvinced by Arguments against the Existence of Hell
10 Hell and Natural Atheology
11 Infernal Voluntarism and The Courtesy of Deep Heaven
The Traditional Doctrine of Hell and Christian Salvific Exclusivism
13 Species of Hell
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